Chris Jordan also admits the tax office’s reputation was badly damaged by the Plutus Payroll fraud scandal in National Press Club address
The head of the Australian Taxation Office has warned the federal government is missing out on roughly $2.5bn in tax revenue a year from Australia’s biggest companies, due to tax non-compliance.
Chris Jordan also admitted how “dismayed” he felt about the Plutus Payroll tax scandal engulfing the tax office, which led to a high-ranking officer being charged last month with alleged abuse of public office.
Businesses would have to offer casuals a job if they have been working hours that qualify them for full or part-time position
Casuals could be offered permanent jobs after 12 months under a new Fair Work Commission proposal, which would help tackle what unions say is an “epidemic” of insecure work.
In a decision published on Wednesday, the commission said a “casual conversion provision” was necessary to make sure employers did not keep people on casual contracts indefinitely.
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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The chairman of struggling Swedish mobile equipment company Ericsson plans to stand down before the company’s next annual meeting in 2018, he said on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull refuses to use Tony Abbott’s name during an interview after a week of increasing internal tensions, instead referring to his predecessor as “the gentleman” when asked about his latest criticism of the Government.
Correctional services in Australia’s most populous states barred AEC staff from entering prisons to conduct voting in successive federal elections, new documents show.
The Australian Tax Office shuts down its online customer services just hours after its boss says he is pleased with how they are performing.
It's not just writers who are getting a better deal from streaming video providers. SAG-AFTRA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have reached a "tentative" 3-year deal that includes better pay for actors on Amazon, Hulu, Netf…
Joanne and Mark Wishick are thought to be the first in the UK to each give kidneys to their children.
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Telecoms network equipment maker Nokia and Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Technology have signed a patent licensing agreement, the companies said on Wednesday.